Employee relocation package

Relocation assistance to help employees with their move to Scotland

Scott’s employee relocation package is aimed at companies who require assistance relocating their employees to Scotland on a long term assignment.  We assist your employee find and secure suitable accommodation that meets both their work and family needs.

Long Term Employee Relocation Package

1.    Relocation consultant assigned to the individual/family

2.    Comprehensive pre-arrival needs analysis

3.    Home Search – research of available properties and selection of the most appropriate (based on the needs analysis) for viewing.

4.    Regular on-going communication pre-visit including sample properties and information on different areas/districts.

5.    Liaison with agents for viewing access.

6.    Accompanied inspection of selected properties including a pick up, chauffeur and drop off service from hotel, airport of office

OR unaccompanied itinerary of homes including images, features, address, price, map references and appointment times.

7.    Lease negotiation or introductions to appropriate solicitors and surveyors etc.

8.    Settling In services including:

  • assistance with connection of utilities
  • establishment of bank accounts
  • thorough house inspection and check of condition inventory report

9.    Ongoing support for partner and family after the move including introductions to other families and networking functions

10.    Provision of a comprehensive welcome pack including information on public and private health options, sourcing hired furniture and areas of interest in the destination city.

Optional schools/education advice (1 day)

1.   Explanation of schools and education system and advice on compatible educational options.

2.  Accompanied visits to selected schools and or nurseries

Alternatively the executive relocation service or relocation advisory package might better suit your needs.  Need more information, call us on +44 (0) 131 539 5367 (the current UK time is 10:57 PM) or request a callback.